At Adams & Luka, our family law attorneys understand that there are often changes in circumstances that warrant modifications of alimony/spousal support, child support or custody, or parental time-sharing agreements.
In Florida, it is possible to have court orders modified under certain circumstances by obtaining a post-judgment modification. For example, in the case of child support, it may be that the income of the parent paying support has changed, or your own financial situation has changed. Ex-spouses who pay spousal support may experience job loss, a significant decrease in pay, or other factors that make it impossible to pay the amount of alimony which was court ordered. Regardless of the situation, these matters are typically complex; it is advised that you have an experienced and compassionate family law attorney assess your situation and provide the legal guidance necessary for positive results.Securing Modification Through the Court is Essential
Often times, parents will make changes between themselves regarding child support, visitation or time-sharing, or even spousal support. The problem arises when one person denies he or she agreed to the change. Before making any adjustments to court ordered agreements, it is important that a judge approves any modification. Court approval is essential in any adjustments when it comes to family matters.
Modifying divorce or child agreements often requires negotiating the terms, and drafting a modification which is suitable for all parties involved. While it is always our goal to achieve the desired results as smoothly and with as little friction as possible, we know that there are times when it takes a bit of aggression to compel the other party to comply. We will work diligently to help you achieve your goals in terms of the modification of contracts or agreements set forth by the court.Contact Adams & Luka Today for Outstanding Legal Guidance
Issues related to family law or divorce can be especially challenging. It is important to understand your obligations and your legal rights under Florida law. At Adams & Luka, we work toward settling modifications and other issues between ex-spouses or parents in a way that is less destructive when possible. Whether you are divorced or unmarried parents who seek to make changes to a divorce or parenting agreement or other existing order of the court, we can provide the guidance and support you need to reach your desired results. We urge those in Central Florida to contact us today at (407) 872-0307 or (352) 787-2101.